Monroe wants to build on positive steps and get back to winning in Year 2 of the Mullins era

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New Monroe High School assistant football coach Brian Butts gives instructions during a workout at the school June 25, 2020. Butts was the head coach at Ross from 2006-16, compiling a 59-53 record. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

MONROE — The feeling that pervades the Monroe High School football program can be summed up like this: It’s time to win.

The Hornets haven’t done much winning the last four seasons. They were 8-32 during that time and went 2-8 last season under first-year head coach Bob Mullins




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